After months of negotiations, Alanis Morissette has signed a new contract with Maverick Records and will release her third album on the label in October.
The follow-up to 1998’s Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie was originally slated to hit stores on June 12th, but the lengthy contract talks delayed the release.
After collaborating on her previous two albums with Glen Ballard, Morissette wrote, produced and arranged the album herself. “I always want to stretch and scare myself,” she told Rolling Stone earlier this year.
Morissette has been showcasing twelve new songs live over the past month, and will tour Europe through mid-July. She will be back in the States to deliver the artist spotlight address at the Plug.In Festival, which runs July 23rd and 24th in New York.